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COVID-19 Updates

Posted on: April 14, 2020

Call 9-1-1 for Emergencies

Emergency Health Care

County health officials would like to remind all Orange County residents that home isolation is not the same as medical isolation.  Medical care should not be delayed for life threatening issues.  While residents may feel fear or anxiety related to COVID-19 exposure, please remember that emergency rooms are kept clean and safe.  

Seek immediate medical attention, call 9-1-1 or go to an emergency room if you or a household member experiences any of the following symptoms:

•    Wheezing, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
•    Chest pain
•    Displaced or open wound fractures
•    Fainting
•    Sudden numbness or weakness
•    Bleeding that cannot be stopped
•    Abdominal pain - especially intense localized pain
•    Fever with convulsions or any fever in children under 3 months
•    Confusion or changes in mental status
•    Coughing or vomiting blood
•    Severe headache or head injury, especially if the individual is on aspirin or blood thinners
•    Blood in the urine, or bloody diarrhea
•    Sudden inability to speak, see, walk or move

Orange County Health Care Agency Website
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